World's first successful bionic eye implant has given hope to millions.
A seven-year-old school girl rescued her three-year-old brother after dragging him out safely when a 40 foot tall tree came crashing down onto the inflatable slide they were playing on.
A British gay sperm donor has fathered ten children in 13 months with the most recent tiny tot born to a lesbian couple, media reported.
"I along with family members celebrated Eid festival on Saturday. Later in the day, I went to the grand road to watch the car festival. Every year, we never miss the car festival," quipped Ali.
Doctors at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) said on Thuesday that they have removed a 2.91 kg goiter, said to be the world's largest, from a 60-year-old woman.
The Delhi Metro museum organised a workshop for children undergoing treatment for cancer.
In Amsterdam a mobile factory ingests rubble at one end, liquefies it into cement and spurts out Lego-shaped building blocks.
The first vaccine against Ebola that patients can inhale instead of inject has shown promise in tests on monkeys and should move into human trials soon, researchers have said.
A 15-year-old Indian-origin boy in the UK has developed a potential test for Alzheimer's which could allow the disease to be diagnosed 10 years before the first symptoms appear and even stop its progression.
A Spanish singer-songwriter has performed live for a very special audience - 380 embryos in an IVF clinic - in a first of its kind effort to boost fertilisation rates.
A 25-year-old woman, who fell unconscious after suffering a brain haemorrhage, was successfully treated using a rare intervention technique at a hospital.
New York City hosted its first parade Sunday supporting people with disabilities, with more than 3,000 participants heading up Broadway using wheelchairs, canes and guide dogs.
Aawaaz aims to focus on developing skills like critical thinking, general awareness and public speaking in children
The system with an array of sensors and an intelligent software identify and warn about presence of odorous molecules the mill premises.
In a rare surgery, a 104-year-old woman suffering a hip fracture, which led to traumatic arthritis, successfully underwent hip replacement surgery.
In India, rainwater harvesting goes back centuries.
The photo, posted on Facebook last month by a college student, showed Cabrera doing his homework on a wooden stool placed close to a McDonald's window to catch the light from the store.
The successful restoration of hearing in mice suffering genetic form of deafness with the help of gene therapy has opened doors for researchers to try the same on humans.
CanKids KidsCan, a registered charitable national society, focusses on providing the best possible treatment and care to children by bringing them closer to medical professionals for access to advanced treatment.
Malaria is caused by a parasite that lives inside an infected mosquito and is transferred into the human through a bite.